Essay about Motivation and Management

Submitted By ArefeenRahman
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Pages: 9

Table of content

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1. Introduction--------------------------------------------------------------------------- 2

2. Different organisation Structure [P1]-------------------------------------------- 2

3.Organisation structure and culture [P2]----------------------------------------- 4 4. Factors that influence individual behaviour[P3]------------------------------- 4

5. Principles and Practices of organising [P4] ------------------------------------ 5

6. Different approaches and organisation [P5] ----------------------------------- 6

7. Different leadership styles [P6]-------------------------------------------------- 7

8. Different motivational theories [P7]-------------------------------------------- 7

9. Relationship between motivation theory and the practice of management. [P8]------------------------------ 9 10. Nature of groups and group behaviour [P9]---------------------------------- 9

11. factors that lead to effective teamwork [P10] ------------------------------- 10

12. impact of technology on team functioning [P11] ------------------------- 10


Introduction The Red Lion Hotel is an international hotel chain which is running its business successfully about a decade. As a centre of attraction London city is one of its busy branches in the United Kingdom. This company always maintains an organisational structure for keeping a high standard of service and at the same time running the management smoothly.

Different organisation Structure [P1]

Organisations are structured in a variety of ways, dependant on their objectives and culture. The structure of an organisation will determine the manner in which it operates and it’s performance. Structure allows the responsibilities for different functions and processes to be clearly allocated to different departments and employees.

The most common organisation structures are:
· Tall
· Flat
· Hierarchical
· Centralised and decentralised

Flat structure
A flat organization structure has few levels of management between the executive level and the front-line employees. The premise behind a flat organization structure is to empower employees by making them a larger part of the decision-making process.

• Good communication between top management and worker.
• Better working sprit.
• Less bureaucracy and easier decision making.
• Fewer levels of management which includes benefits such as lower costs as managers are generally paid more than worker.

Tall structure

In its simplest form a tall organisation has many levels of management and supervision. There is a “long chain of command” running from the top of the organisation e.g. Chief Executive down to the bottom of the organisation eg shop floor worker.

• There is a narrow span of control i.e. each manager has a small number of employees under their control. This means that employees can be closely supervised.
• There is a clear management structure.
• The function of each layer will be clear and distinct. There will be clear lines of responsibility and control.

Organisation structure and culture [P2]

From the above diagram, we can see that, for a group of staff there is a one supervisor and there are three supervisors . Supervisors work according to the assistant manages instruction and assistant managers work according to manager instruction. And the manager receives the major instruction from the regional head office. Even though there are two layers in between staff and managing director, there is a direct communication between staff and managing director. And the manager directly control the management, operational issue like hiring of staff, marketing and sales promotion.

Factors that influence individual behaviour[P3]
There are certain